IPL T S1

One Serial Port IP Link Control Processor
Key Features
  • Ethernet monitoring and control
  • Supports TouchLink touchpanels
  • One bidirectional serial port supporting RS-232 communication
  • Integrated high performance Web server
  • 7.25 MB of available flash memory
  • Supports Ethernet-controllable devices
The Extron IPL T S1
Model Version Description Part #
 IPL T S1 One serial port 60-801-81

The Extron IPL T S1 is a compact Ethernet control processor with a high performance Web server, designed to integrate IP Internet Protocol connectivity into AV systems. The IPL T S1 gives users the ability to remotely and proactively monitor and troubleshoot a projector, flat-panel display, switcher, or other serially controlled device.

The IP Link® Series uses Extron's exclusive IP Link technology, a high performance intelligent network integration solution specifically engineered to meet the needs of professional AV environments, from large universities and businesses to small home installations. Multiple Ethernet-enabled AV products can be managed and supported by a technician or administrator at any time from any computer with a Web browser.

One Serial Port

The IPL T S1 features one 9-pin D-sub serial port that can control one RS-232 serial device directly.

High Performance Web Server

IP Link interfaces use an integrated, high performance Web server with memory available for storing HTML, JavaScript, Flash™ animation, and graphics files. When used with GlobalViewer®, a free, Web-based AV resource management software, users can access a variety of AV products connected to a network. For example, users can check the activity and status of a projector's power, connections, lamp life, or temperature, or even turn off all projectors at once — all from the convenience of a single monitoring station.

Proactive Service and Security

Proactive service, support, and preventive maintenance are also possible with IP Link and GlobalViewer. With e-mail notification, technical support administrators can receive failure and service messages through an e-mail enabled cell phone, PDA, pager, or Internet e-mail account. For secure installations that do not allow Internet access, online monitoring can still be performed proactively. Within an existing secure infrastructure, e-mail notification of failures and repairs is possible without compromising the security of the AV systems and facility.